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Predicting the EPL winners
We are moments away from the start of the European football season. So, let’s look at the teams that will win. Read full blog
Londoners to capitalise on pre-season
On Sunday, Wembley Stadium will once again host a game of football that isn’t all we think it is. Read full blog
Premier League preview - part 1
Maybe it is a sign of my age, or an indication of how the last two seasons have been for the club I support, that for the first time in many, many years I did not suffer withdrawal symptoms after the football season ended. Read full blog
Ref's job becoming more difficult
What you are about to read may sound like I’m stating the obvious, but it’s true. Read full blog
Sunday's foreign choice
If a foreign coach is undesirable, what makes a foreign assistant acceptable? Read full blog
Is this Gor Mahia's year?
Gor Mahia is having a bit of a dream season. A total of 18 games into the season, they are unbeaten. Read full blog
Sunday is the coach Nigeria needs
No foreign coach has ever won the World Cup. Yet some are suggesting the country needs a foreign coach. Read full blog
Super Eagles job: an uphill task worth taking
It is definitely the most delicate football job on the African continent and the most demanding. Read full blog
Who would want to be a referee?
Tonight I watched a European Championship under-19 game between Spain and Netherlands and came away wondering what the future is for football (or what the Americans call soccer). Read full blog
Enter intellectual Oliseh as new coach
Barring any unforeseen circumstances the news of Sunday Oliseh’s appointment as manager of the Super Eagles would have been announced by the NFF by the time you are reading this. Read full blog
Nothing wrong with a Sterling move
While Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge were scoring the goals as Liverpool tried to secure a league title in the 2013/14 season, it was the impish little wide player that had me transfixed. Read full blog
The Chile lesson
Who would have known early on Saturday morning that it would be Chile and not Argentina holding that Copa America trophy at the end of the tournament? Read full blog
Vincent Enyeama versus the NFF
Who could have imagined that a small innocent comment by the captain of the Nigerian national team could boomerang and become an issue that threatens to consume an authentic Nigerian hero. Read full blog
Cech just what the Dr ordered
Arsenal have been a bit lightweight in the goalkeeping department since the departure of Jens Lehman. Read full blog
Are women refs better than men?
This coming weekend (4th and 5th July 2015) will see the final of two major soccer competitions in the Americas. Read full blog
Why I answered Safa’s call
I am pleased to have agreed to a deal in principle to serve as Safa’s technical director for the next five years. Read full blog
Ethiopia's rise has just begun
Without a doubt, 2013 should be regarded as a vintage year for Ethiopian football. Read full blog
Bobby deserves more credit at Amakhosi
With fanfare and flashing lights, Kaizer Chiefs unveiled a raft of new signings on Wednesday ahead of the 2015/16 Absa Premiership season. Read full blog
Ref right to red card Neymar
The disgraceful and childish petulance displayed by what many would consider to be one of the best strikers in the world today, highlights the pressures heaped on young shoulders. Read full blog
Why Harambee Stars won't go far
So, Harambee Stars lost 2-0 to Ethiopia in our Chan qualifier match on Sunday. What’s so surprising about that? It’s sad, yes, but not surprising. Read full blog

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John Dykes
Londoners to capitalise on pre-season
On Sunday, Wembley Stadium will once again host a game of football that isn’t all we think it is.

Segun Odegbami
Predicting the EPL winners
We are moments away from the start of the European football season. So, let’s look at the teams...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Premier League preview - part 1
Maybe it is a sign of my age, or an indication of how the last two seasons have been for the club I...

Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref's job becoming more difficult
What you are about to read may sound like I’m stating the obvious, but it’s true.

Carol Radull
Is this Gor Mahia's year?
Gor Mahia is having a bit of a dream season. A total of 18 games into the season, they are unbeaten.

Sunday Oliseh
Super Eagles job: an uphill task worth taking
It is definitely the most delicate football job on the African continent and the most demanding.